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Poster: skuzzlebutt Date: Mar 5, 2007 12:03pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: GD trivia quiz -- debatable and partial answers

I'm going to go with "Don't Ease me In" for #1

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Poster: Lou Davenport Date: Mar 5, 2007 1:36pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: GD trivia quiz -- debatable and partial answers

Actually, Don't Ease Me In was the B side of Scorpio #201, released in July, 1966 (hint, hint).

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Poster: skuzzlebutt Date: Mar 5, 2007 1:41pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: GD trivia quiz -- debatable and partial answers

Right, but wasn't that a 45rpm? You said album or CD...(?)

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Poster: Lou Davenport Date: Mar 5, 2007 1:52pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: GD trivia quiz -- debatable and partial answers

You're absolutely right. Wording is so important in such a quiz.

Damn--that knocks off my intended answer of Dancin' in the Streets, which I think has the distinction of waiting longest before appearing in a studio release of any kind (11 years). Though on further consideration, I realize that Good Lovin' had it beat anyway--being performed a month or two earlier and appearing a year later.

So, I try to show proper enthusiasm as I say, "We have a winner!"

This post was modified by Lou Davenport on 2007-03-05 21:52:55

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Poster: skuzzlebutt Date: Mar 5, 2007 2:01pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: GD trivia quiz -- debatable and partial answers

As for "Dancin'" it depends what you mean by 'official', because it was briefly released on MGM/Sunflower:

http://www.dead101.com/1013.htm

and here

http://www.dead101.com/1017.htm

Not sure what the full story was here but these are not bootlegs. They are no longer in print but were commercially available.